Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c41790) has announced the addition of "8th Annual State of Student Recruiting (2006) Compensation and Offers Report" to their offering.
Detailed information on competitive compensation offers for 2006.
-- What do top students expect and receive in terms of compensation?
-- How have compensation levels changed within the past year?
-- What is a competitive compensation offer within your industry?
-- Which employers offer the highest (and lowest) compensation packages?
-- Which companies made offers to students in 2005-2006?
The Compensation and Offers Edition of the 8th Annual State of Student Recruiting Report takes an in-depth look at compensation expectations to help employers understand the offer environment faced by these students and benchmark their compensation levels. The data are drawn from the 3,055 students who participated in an annual survey of top undergraduate and MBA programs
Please note all offer information is self-reported by students and has not been verified by employers.
The 8th Annual State of Student Recruiting Report will help you:
-- Learn about students' compensation expectations, broken down by student type, job search type, major (undergrads) and gender.
-- Find out the average, maximum and minimum compensation offered by student type, job search type, industry, and company.
-- 77 pages
-- 3,055 students surveyed (1,569 undergrads, 1,191 MBAs, 295 non-MBA grads)
-- Data on 2,900 offers (1,600 full-time, 1,300 internship) from over 1,100 employers
-- Offer information by student type, job search type and industry.
-- Average annual salary expectations for undergraduate students increased 9% between 2005 and 2006.
-- Average annual salary expectations for MBA students increased 5% between 2005 and 2006.
-- Financial services and management consulting paid the highest average salaries to undergraduates in 2006.
-- Business process outsourcing and specialty consulting paid the highest average salaries to MBAs in 2006.
-- Management consulting and technology paid the highest average salaries to non-MBA grads in 2006.
Companies Mentioned Include:
- Goldman Sachs
- McKinsey & Co.
- Bain & Co.
- General Electric
- The Boston Consulting Group
- Johnson & Johnson
- JP Morgan Chase
- Lockheed Martin
- Lehman Brothers
- Booz Allen Hamilton
- Merrill Lynch
- Procter & Gamble
- General Mills
- Morgan Stanley
- American Express
- Bank of America/ Banc of America Securities
- Deutsche Bank
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c41790